Buttery, flaky and absolutely delicious, a good croissant is a real treat. This classic French pastry is easily one of the most recognizable symbols of France.
There are many excellent artisan bakeries which offer really good croissants in Singapore. It’s really nice that we don’t have to simply dream about heading to Paris for some really good pastries and croissants when there are such amazing options available in Singapore.
Now, make some time to try out these places. We hope you find your new favourites!
Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery is an institution which has been dishing out Singapore-style old-school breads—or better recognised as buns—for decades.
While everyone has their favourites (and there are only a handful of surviving traditional bakeries in Singapore), we grew up with Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery at Serangoon Garden Market and it is our go-to place whenever we want to satisfy our craving for old-school buns.
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From the legendary Chin Mee Chin Confectionery, to the iconic Heap Seng Leong and Tong Ah Eating House, and the under-the-radar Toast Hut and Sin Hoe Huat Cafe, here are 16 Kaya Toasts places in Singapore where you can get the best traditional Singapore-style breakfast of Kaya Toasts and local Kopi.
Singapore has opened up our borders (selectively) and we are seeing some hopes of travel with the Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL) that are slowly rolling out. Among the VTLs, South Korea is one of them and we jumped at the chance of traveling almost immediately when the news was released.
Tickets booked, luggage packed, PCR tests taken. We were ready for our first vacation after two long years. We had waited so long for this surreal moment! Traveling in pandemic times meant many more procedures and restrictions, and the new norm may be daunting, but hey, we aren’t complaining! At least we get to travel!
This new norm is probably here to stay for a while, and if you are still unsure of what to expect for your next flight out via the Singapore – South Korea Vaccinated Travel Lanes, here’s what we can share from our recent experience when we flew SIN>ICN, and then ICN>SIN.
With all the required tests and documents to prepare, The Singapore – South Korea is perhaps the most complicated VTL route. Here’s our Singapore & South Korea VTL Guide which includes useful tips and important things that you must take note of before, during and after your trip.
The charming Lavender and Jalan Besar neighbourhoods are filled with plenty of cafes, coffee shops and dessert places.
From the OG coffee shop, Chye Seng Huat Hardware to newly-opened spots including La Levain and Habitat Coffee, here are 15 cafes in Lavender and Jalan Besar to check out next.
Mention Serangoon Gardens and most people will think of the famous Chomp Chomp Food Centre. However, there is really more to the food scene at Serangoon Gardens than just the famous hawker stalls.
Here is our Serangoon Gardens Food Guide featuring restaurants, cafes, and eateries you have to visit when you are at Serangoon Gardens. P.S. We are working on a separate guide to the hawker stalls at Serangoon Garden and we will be sharing that soon. READ ON
From trendy cafes serving brunch and coffee, to dessert places with waffles and ice cream, the Serangoon neighbourhood has countless of eateries that are worth exploring.
Here are 23 cafes in the Serangoon area you should definitely check out.
Celebrating its 5th anniversary this year, the Michelin Guide Singapore 2021 has just announced its results and 49 top restaurants have made it to the list. Here is the full list of the winners.